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August 07, 2012


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nat amadeo

your poll is a D plus 12 poll. do u think that in NC that dems outnumber republicans by 12?


I just don't trust your results recently. They way skew toward the Democrats.

James Rhodes

Wow, what garbage. You really need to stop releasing fake polls or it won't be long before your reputation is tarnished for good. I know you are more than capable of carrying out unbiased and accurate polling when you want to, so what gives? Can you please go back to that? Leave the partisan junk at home; we all know Obama is not ahead in NC and has little chance of winning it this year. Move on to a new narrative please.

Jeff Price

What a shame that voters will have a third choice on election day, but PPP can't figure out how to poll more than two candidates. /fail

Charlie Deliopo

Yes, very accurate polls indeed. Much like your Amendment 1 polls that showed single digit opposition when the voting results were actually 60% opposed and 40% support...the real polls show Romney up in NC by at least 5%.

Obama 2012

Loving all of the desperate right wing comments. Yes keep believing that Rasmussen is the only pollster around... even though Rasmussen had a terrible track record in 2010.


Nat Amadeo is the only poster here who raised a substantial issue about this poll, while Jeff Price complained about lack of third party polling. Everyone else here did nothing but accuse PPP of partisan bias without evidence. These replies are examples of parroting; if everyone keeps saying the same thing, people assume it's actually true. People keep repeating, "PPP is biased" over and over again, and they sheepishly assume it's true just for that. Like the claim of alleged "real polls" showing a large Romney lead.

Jeff Price

nat amadeo, North Carolina voter registration is 43% D, 31% R, 25% according to the NC BOE website. This poll was 45/33/21. So I'd say that it may have under sampled Independents, but it's within the margin of error.

Matthew Reece

Your poll does not include Gary Johnson, who is on the ballot in North Carolina. Your results are therefore invalid.

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